As always, Best Buy was one of the most generous US retailers on Thanksgiving and during the “Black Friday weekend”, not to mention many of its super-compelling holiday deals were available early in limited quantities.

And many still are for Cyber Monday, with several more inaugurated today and up for grabs just in the next few hours. Looking for a couple of solid bets at a quick glance? That’s where we come in, to tell you the 12.9-inch iPad Pro is $100 off list across the board, starting at $700 instead of $800 in a Wi-Fi-only 32GB configuration.

Don’t have that much to spend? Maybe a $170 64GB Apple TV will tickle your fancy, seeing as how it’s discounted by a rare $30 off its regular price. Ultra-affordable Android smartphone enthusiasts can perhaps pick up a Verizon prepaid Moto G4 Play at an all-time low $35, or if they’d rather go the unlocked route, a $100 Asus ZenFone 3 Max or $230 64GB Moto G4 Plus.

Meanwhile, the unlocked Sony Xperia XA and ZTE Axon 7 are not just $50 off, also hooking you up with free $50 and $30 gift cards respectively. Stylish wearable fans can save up to 60 percent on “select” Fossil Q Grant models, and last but not least, modular Moto Z phones purchased on Verizon monthly installment plans come with gratis speaker and battery charger add-ons, as well as $100 savings. Let’s just hope there’s still something in the bank after Black Friday… week.

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